|Winner:||Edward Davidson, Goshen|
|Retailer:||West Torrington Shell, Torrington|
First Lottery Millionaires of 2011 Claim $1,000,000 Super Draw Top PrizeAs revelers rang in 2011, the CT Lottery put a new twist on having a happy and prosperous New Year. Is there a better way to start 2011 than by winning a million dollars and becoming the state’s first lottery millionaires of the year?
The Davidson Family of Goshen did just that when the numbers on their Million Dollar Super Draw ticket - 215523 - matched those drawn by the CT Lottery in its Million Dollar Super Draw event on January 1.
The ten $20,000 second-prize draw ticket numbers were: 109607, 112381, 167097, 171320, 259079, 268226, 305320, 313285, 368236 and 370959.
Six of the ten $20,000 prizes have been claimed so far by Diane Blake of Wethersfield, Debbie Czentnar of Wallingford, Vee Phonvichith of Torrington, William Raino, Jr. of Seymour, Michael Spader of Waterbury and Frank Stanford of East Lyme.
A complete list of all 1,311 winning Super Draw ticket numbers is available via the customer operated Ticket Checker scanners at all retail locations and on this website. Draw tickets expire 180 days from their draw date. Tickets for Million Dollar Super Draw will expire on June 30, 2011.
The game is expected to return approximately $1,000,000 to the state’s General Fund.
West Torrington Shell located at 2 Norfolk Road in Torrington sold the Davidsons the million dollar top prize winning ticket, and will receive a $10,000 bonus for doing so.
The winning names, stories and photos on this website are just a small number of the thousands who claim prizes. The fact is, people win every day with the CT Lottery! Below is a list of recently claimed prizes of $10,000 or more. Please Note: When a winning scratch ticket is validated through a Lottery Retailer's terminal, the remaining number of unclaimed prizes for that prize level is automatically updated reflecting one less prize. Until the individual or group presents their winning ticket for claim at CT Lottery Headquarters, the identity of a winner is unknown.